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March 9, 2010

Lame, Pt. III

Hawaii Taylor’s bike has been recovered by none other than Dale Ollison, who swooped on it when criminal mastermind Evan Lomax walked into Dale’s place of work, Bay Area Bikes, to get a flat fixed on the stolen bike. Apparently Evan doesn’t use the internet, because the only change to the bike was a poorly performed sticker removal, and he was wearing the same hat that he had on in his TCU mugshot. Case closed.

March 6, 2010

Lame, Pt. II

Adam from BayAir just sent this over…

I saw your post about the bike stolen from the Clocktower, read the name in suspect, and felt I should share some possibly relevant info with you.

When I was still in the first stage of building BayAir, Evan Lomax came through to help out for a bit. I asked him to stay and watch the park for about 20 minutes (so we didn’t have to pick up all the tools) while Shane and I left to go buy some more lumber. When we returned, Evan was outside the gate and left in a hurry. As soon as I got inside the park, I realized it had been thrashed. Various items were stolen and broken, the food in my cooler was strewn everywhere and replaced with screws and trash, but worst of all, a Skill Saw was run through one of the finished ramps. After repeatedly calling him and his step father, he finally came down only to hide behind his step father, Mitchell, stare at the ground, and deny having anything to do with the vandalism. I told him he was never welcome at the park again and that if I caught him there he would have a problem.

I believe Evan’s cell phone number is (510) 421-1324.


Posted by Chris McMahon
Category: Stolen Bikes
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I was informed that the bike pictured below was stolen yesterday at the SF Clocktower by a rider named “Evan,” who apparently frequents the Berkeley Park. So, keep your eyes peeled, and if you spot it, grab it and send an email to sinkoman@gmail.com.

You know what really grinds my gears? Shitheads stealing bikes.